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Diving In For Free Swimming In Todmorden

Nov
28
2008

Members of Calderdale Council’s cabinet will discuss plans to offer free swimming for under 16’s when they meet on Monday 8th December. An annual grant of £103,325 would be made available by the Government to support the under 16’s scheme, which would run for two years from 2009 to 2011. However, the initiative could cost the Council £23,000 in 2009/10 and £27,000 in 2010/11.

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The Right to March In Todmorden?

Nov
27
2008

Calderdale Councillors are to decide whether to lobby the government so the people of Calderdale can honour any group of armed forces returning from war. Since 1974, the Council has been able to grant honorary freedom status to particular groups or individuals from the armed forces, but that does not include the right to march through Calderdale towns.

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Calderdale Improving Adult Social Care

Nov
27
2008

Adult social care services in Calderdale continue to improve, according to an official report released today. The report, produced by the Commission for Social Care Inspection (CSCI), which takes account of all aspects of care delivery, also says Calderdale Council is well set for further improvement.

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Recreating Todmorden's past

Nov
25
2008

Visitors to Centre Vale Park in Todmorden can now learn more about its rich history. Calderdale Council’s park staff have been recreating the footprint of the Victorian mansion which once stood in the park. Low walls have been put in at strategic points and an interpretation sign is being installed to show the floor plan of former Centre Vale House.

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When the Lights Go Out

Nov
20
2008

Roadside checks in Calderdale this week found seven out of every 100 drivers are breaking the law by not ensuring their car lights are working properly and by using fog lights in clear conditions. Many more, although working, were badly adjusted which can cause serious glare problems for people driving in front of them…

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Double Funding Success For The South Pennines

Nov
11
2008

Improvements to villages, local services, and cultural and heritage projects across the South Pennines will all benefit from a £2.4m package which has just been approved under the LEADER, funded by the European Union and the UK Government.

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